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- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day experiences online
- TEACHING NOTES:
- "They can resume in-person teaching and learning for students who are studying practical or practice-based (including creative arts) subjects and require specialist equipment and facilities from 8 March. All remaining higher education students can return to in person teaching and learning, no earlier than 17 May."
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Norfolk Terrace is the best place to go and that's coming from someone that had their own en-suite place before! Sharing bathrooms is honestly not as terrible as it sounds- it makes it more sociable and they're cleaned regularly. The size of the rooms are great compared to other expensive accommodations and the location is amazing (lake view every morning!!) You'll be in the centre of campus so near the laundrette, SU shop, lecture halls, library etc. The windows are massive and you get an amazing view from everywhere in the flat. The only thing I'd complain about is limited freezer space due to living with loads of people. The positive thing about this is that you're bound to get along with someone- people that are in NT are almost always sociable. For the price, the experience of this accommodation is definitely worth it. The aesthetics of The Ziggurats might not be as great as other places but you're not at uni for that! You'll have the best time at NT and save hella money :)
Norfolk Terrace is definitely the best place for socialisation, made some amazing friends here. It definitely needs more showers and a common room but don't be put off by the 14 people living there, it adds to the experience! It is by far the best accommodation on campus and close to everything!
At £100 percent, Norfolk Terrace is the best value for money halls, set in an on campus central location, with views of the UEA broad from every room. Although bathrooms are shared, they are always clean and readily free. Due the the large size of the flats, 14 people, there is plenty of social interaction added to the fact there are multiple floors in each block. Finally, the kitchen space is perfect for a social space.
Most sociable halls at UEA, and best value for money. You get a bigger room than any in of the en suite halls, and there's an incredible community in NT you don't get in the more modern accommodation. On top of that, you get to live in a listed building and your bedroom window looks out across a lake (!!!). I don't know a single person who lives in Norfolk Terrace that wishes they were in other accommodation.
The best hall I could have asked for, it's so close to everything on campus, with amazing sized bedrooms for the price and loads of storage. Very social within the flat and with other flats along the terrace, very friendly and always someone to go out with. It's also much cheaper than the en suite accommodation on campus, but much better!
They may look ugly to some people and you have to share a toilet and shower. But everyone knows that Norfolk Terrace is the best social accommodation and easily has the best view of any accommodation in the country looking over the UEA broad
It has been amazing living in Norfolk Terrace, it's set in the beautiful Norfolk countryside with huge windows to be able to see the beautiful greenery your surrounded by as well as the wonderful UEA lake. Really the only negative is that the kitchen has no comfy chairs, other than that it's awesome! There is no issue with sharing bathrooms and you feel really safe with regular enough security and the lovely cleaner, Judy, who is awesome. Overall I've had a brilliant experience.